Christina Neumayer

Christina Neumayer

Associate Professor

My research focuses on the role of digital media, digital data and methods for political contention, protest, activism, racism, civic engagement, social movements and more broadly political communication. My most recent publications include the co-edited volume (with Mette Mortensen and Thomas Poell) Social Media Materialities and Protest published by Routledge in 2019. I am vice-chair of the Communication and Democracy section at ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association). Before joining the Department of Communication at University of Copenhagen, I was an Associate Professor at the Digital Design Department at the IT University of Copenhagen.

Research interests

Protest, activism and social movements, digital data and methods, critical data studies and data visualizations, civic engagement, social media, digital racism, digital media and communication, political communication.

Current research projects

ProDem – Protests and Democracy: How Movement Parties, Social Movements and Active Citizens are Reshaping Europe (co-PI, 2020-2023, VolkswagenStiftung)

Teaching

Digital media and communication, network society, data visualisation design, digital culture and society, factual theory and analysis. 

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